Halloween frights still possible at Winchester Mystery House

Winchester Mystery House. Image courtesy of the business.

While the COVID-19 crisis has tamed many local industries, Halloween frights are still happening at the famed Winchester Mystery House.

After closing for several months in the spring, the House opened virtually with 360-degree indoor tours. In late July, to continue engaging interested patrons, the establishment is turning to outdoor tours.

Now, the House has launched a ‘Hallowe’en Flashlight Tour’ for guests. The self-guided tour through the house is a rare opportunity to see inside at night.

A number of days are already sold out, with some tickets remaining for weekend nights and Sunday evenings.

Employees and patrons are required to wear face coverings on site. Guests will also receive a brief health screening before entering the property.

To see more information and buy tickets for the Halloween experience, click here.